Science

NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has flown a total of one mile on Mars

NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter just marked an important milestone. Space.comreports that Ingenuity crossed the one-mile mark for total distance flown with its 10th flight on July 24th, when it traveled over the Jezero Crater's "Raised...
Topics: NASA, Space, Mars

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Why so gassy? Mysterious methane detected on Saturn’s moon

A new study looked to understand the source of methane on Saturn's moon Enceladus.The scientists used computer models with data from the Cassini spacecraft.The explanation could lie in alien organisms or non-biological processes.Something is...
Topics: Saturn, Moon, Space, Cassini–Huygens Spacecarft, Spacecrafts

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Studies of ‘Marsquakes’ reveal the red planet’s metallic innards

We may have walked on the Moon and sent probes across the solar system, but we know very little about what’s going on inside other planets. Now, for the first time, we have been able to view the interior of one, thanks to NASA’s Mars InSight...
Topics: Space, Moon, NASA, Mars

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Pyramid-sized asteroid to pass by the Earth today

Most people are probably familiar with the pyramids in Egypt, particularly the largest known as the Great Pyramid of Giza. An asteroid about the size of that pyramid will pass by the Earth today with no chance of impact. The asteroid is called 2008...
Topics: Asteroids

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London's taxi maker has turned a van into an electric camper RV for $85,000

Renderings of the e-Camper. LEVC An electric taxi, van, and shuttle maker has unveiled its latest project: an electric camper van. London Electric Vehicle Company predicts the e-Camper has "huge potential across the UK and Europe." The...

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What Effect Would Tether Being A Complete Fraud Have On Cryptos?

What Effect Would Tether Being A Complete Fraud Have On Cryptos? Authored by Mark Jeftovic via BombThrower.com, Tether FUD (Fear-Uncertainty-Doubt) continues, most recently with highly respected commentators such as Grant Williams...

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Chinese satellite reveals global net carbon has reached six gigatons

A Chinese satellite designed to monitor carbon output around the globe has created what the researchers say is the first global carbon flux map. The satellite is called Tansat and has found that the global net carbon is six gigatons. To put that in...
Topics: Satellites, Space

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Critical Race Theory Is No More Scientific Than Witchcraft Theory

Just like with spectral evidence, we are supposed to believe the assertions of people like Ibram X. Kendi that America is a hopelessly racist country.

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Airports in the US West dealing with shortage of jet fuel

An urgent demand from firefighting aircraft is adding to the problem.
Topics: Airports

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Claim: Covid-19 Spread by Farting in a Confined Space

Fart of death? British Politicians are allegedly concerned about a case of Covid-19 transmission apparently caused by someone passing wind in an adjacent toilet cubicle.

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Observing the Night Side of Venus is Actually Pretty Tricky

Observing the dark side of planets is hard. In the visible spectrum, they are almost unobservable, while in the infrared some heat signatures may come through, but not enough to help see what is going on in a planet’s atmosphere.  Now a team from...
Topics: Space

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Marsupial Resurgence in Outback Australia

Experts have said that rare footage of an endangered marsupial in outback Australia is a sign that native animals are beginning to recover from years of feral cat predation. Feral cats threaten the survival of over 100 native species in Australia,...

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This Experimental Aircraft Helped Inspire the V-22 Osprey Tiltrotor

Caleb Larson U.S. Air Force, Americas Though ungainly looking, the X-18 was the first tiltwing design that could fly. Here's What You Need to Know: Though unsuccessful, the X-18 was not in vain. The X-series of planes was a series of...

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Hubble Returns to Full Science Observations and Releases New Images

“I’m thrilled to see that Hubble has its eye back on the universe, once again capturing the kind of images that have intrigued and inspired us for decades,” said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson. “This is a moment to celebrate the success of a...
Topics: Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA, Space

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Nobel prize-winning physicist Steven Weinberg dies at 88

Physicist Steven Weinberg, who won the Nobel prize in 1979 with two other scientists for their separate contributions unlocking mysteries of tiny particles and their electromagnetic interaction, has died at 88, the University of Texas at Austin said...
Topics: Nobel Prize, Physics

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X-15: The Mach 6.7 Super Plane That Made Air Force History

Eli Fuhrman X-15, The X-15 took part in a record-setting flight, when on October 3, 1967, U.S. Air Force test pilot William Knight became the fastest flying pilot ever when he achieved a speed of Mach 6.7, a record that has stood for over half a...

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NASA’s Europa Clipper will fly on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy

Image: NASA NASA’s Europa Clipper will start its journey to Jupiter’s icy moon aboard a Falcon Heavy rocket built by SpaceX. NASA will pay SpaceX $178 million to launch the vehicle in October 2024. The Europa Clipper got the green light...
Topics: NASA, Space, SpaceX, Jupiter, Moon

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Asteroids: What They Are and Where They Come From

Over a million asteroids are zipping around the Sun. Here’s what you should know about our distant neighbors.
Topics: Asteroids, Sun

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Book Chat: Mariana Mazzucato – Mission Economy

As announced a few weeks ago, here is the first of a series of book chats – starting with Mariana Mazzucato’s Mission Economy. The idea is that this post opens up a space for anyone to talk about any aspect of the book they want to...

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Russia Just Launched a New Science Module to the Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is about to get a little bigger. On July 21, the Russian Space Agency launched the station’s newest module into orbit aboard a Proton-M rocket. The module, dubbed Nauka (which means science), is the...
Topics: International Space Station, Space

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